The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries

Season 2 Episode 4

The Mystery of the Hollywood Phantom (1)

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Oct 02, 1977 on ABC
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The Mystery of the Hollywood Phantom (1)
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When the attendees at a detectives convention start disappearing during a Hollywood film studio tour, the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew again join forces to investigate.

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      • Joe Hardy: (about Nancy) Hasn't changed much, has she?
        Frank Hardy: Yeah, she's flipped out!
        Joe Hardy: Maybe that's why you like her so much.

      • Reporter: Is it true you've found the missing witness in the Powell trial and will present him at this convention?
        Jason Fox: The only thing I'll be presenting at this convention will be an open mind!

      • Jason Fox: Haven't you brought those two young men who usually solve your cases?
        Fenton Hardy: I did bring them, and they occasionally allow me to solve one or two of my own!

      • Frank Hardy: This young lady's quite trustworthy.
        Nancy Drew: "Quite trustworthy"?! You'd make a great character witness!
        Frank Hardy: Well, with some characters it's tough!

      • Frank Hardy: (about Nancy) If she wasn't so exasperating.....
        Joe Hardy: You wouldn't like her so much!
        Frank Hardy: Maybe.

      • (in a television studio lot)
        Joe Hardy: I always find these sets kinda eerie. They're disturbing. I mean, they're real rooms but there's no backing, there's no substance. Perfect homes for people who only exist in your imagination.

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      • Farnk and Nancy meet a man dressed like and acting like Lieutenant Columbo (Peter Falk) as Frank comments on being a fan and a fan of the show. The man finally admits he is not really Columbo he's just an actor named Phil Hamilton (Casey Kasem).

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